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THURSDAY MORNING, APBIL 28, 18G6.
There are nine thousand shoe
makers Jn Hew York City,
FoR thousand four hundred and
ninety-six books were published last
year in England.
Washoi Ijali rauet be a great place
for game. The Virginia Union says
that four sportsmen went oat there
recently, with great preparttons, shot
one owl, one bawk, two chickens, one
small pig, one jaokass rabbit, one Irish
goose, and one Chinaman.
The Oregon Statesman comes to us
this week with a half sheet supple
ment, owing to the rush of advertise
ments. We are glad to see those
tokens of prosperity in the Statesman.
It is a good, sound paper, and de
serves the support of tho Union men
throughout the State. ,
'1.0. or O. F. Tfye Odd Follows
throughout the State will celebrate
to-day as the 47th anniversary of the
introduction of the order in the XJoited
States. Colombia Lodge, No. 5, of
this city, at their last regular meeting,
elected the following named members
as .Representatives to the Grand
Lodge of Oregon, which convenes in
this city on the I5th of next month r
N. H. Gates, E. A. Hogue, A. W. Fer
guson and Jas. Halloran.
Tna Yreka Journal, in noticing the
nomination of Hon. S. E. May by the
Union State Convention, says "that
the Union men of Oregon have cause
to congratulate themselves that the
ranks' of the Uhion party contain a
man so true to the cause of freedom
as Mr. May, and . one so eminently
qualified for the honorable and respon
sible pofition for which he has been
nominated." We heartily concur with
the Journal. Mr. May is acknowledged
by men of both parties to be the most
competent man in Oregon for the po
sition of Secretary of Stato.
Owthei Niws. We compile the
following from the Avalanche, of the
A new lead has just boon discovered
near Haby City, wbioh the editor of
the Avalanche made personal inspec
tion of, and fouud it to be forty-five
feet wide. The discoverers are Mar
tin Bullor, Hugh McGraw and others
An assay of the croppings gives per
ton : Silver, 914 10 gold, $38 88; to
tal, $52 98. A contract to run a tun
nol across the lodge bad been lot, and
the work already commenced.
Diamond czoitomont has been lively
; this week. On Wednesday parties
came in and exhibited finer looking
fipocimens than at any previous time.
Somo of thorn closely resembled the
one exhibited by Caleb Lyon, Wo
are informed that they containod spots
of uncrystalizod earbon easily dintin
guishable.. Many new prospectors or
confident of success have gone to the
The Morning Star Mill deaned up
' $12,000 daring tho week. .
Tbero is a disposition among the
citizens of Ruby City to have the pro'i
priotors of hardy bouses suspend ope.
Tations or try other localities, or take
the chances of an "unfriendly ebulli-
tidn of temper." The Avalanche savs
that they are proline of more rpws,
.' fights and funerals than any other
What would be Considered Teea.
son. In an article published in the
San Francisco Flag, a sweet-scented
negro. suffrage sheet, entitled "Let
him bo Impeached," occurs the fol
lowing paragraph :
"The headstrong course of Johnson thus
far authorizes the assumption that there are
bo bounds to his usurpation audacity. With
out any of the higher attributes of a states
man, destitute of prudence and impelled by
a pig headednes intensified by habitual in
toxication, he is capable of proceeding to
any extremity of self-lmportnnt folly; ro
that witb the belligerency peculiar to drunk
en men, and with the self-conceit belonging
to ignorant mediocrity, be will scarcely hes
itate to charge upon the National Congress
with the headlong recklessness of an angry
bull. The recent action of Congress shows
that the demented inebriate wilt be met and
repulsed with equal alacrity and determina
tion, and that at the very first opportunity
be will be brought to an accountability such
as has never been required of an American
President. With a reformation of his per
sonal deportment and an abatement of bis
overbearing and tyrannical disposition, the
Presidential sot will not run through an
other year withont a formal impeachment
by authority of Congress. He is already
impeached and stands arraigned at the bar
or publio opinion as a common drunkard, an
associate of traitors, an enemy of universal
freedom, a thrall of enlightened legislation,
a recreant to the principles which ho hypo
critically professed, and a personal and of
ficial disgrace to a situation1 which was ob
tained under the gory auspices of assassination."
it is a good thing that the wretch
who penned the above is liot reoog
nized by the Union party of Califor
nia. Indeed, such a paper would damn
any organisation to which it would
attach itself. The traitorous villian
deserves to be incarcerated In tho
durkest dungeon in Fort Lafayette.
Two years ago, bad any paper dared
to call tbe President an usurper, this
same dirty wbelp would have shouted
traitor AlcatrazI Fort Latayette!
Now tho table is turned. Because
President Johnson will not be a party
to what be no doubt honestly consid
ers infractions of the fundamental law
of tbo land, bo is vilified by this mis
erable black-mailer who has just been
releasod from tbe Sacramento county
mil, whore he had been justly connn
ed fey the California state senate for
similar libelous articles.
Five years ago, in the Ohio State
Prison, a man succeeded in making
his escape. A few days ago he rei
turned and expressod a desire to serve
out bis time. Tbe only explanation
is, that while out of prison ne got
I. O. of O. F. There will be a Special Meeting
of Columbia Lodge, No. 6, 1. 0. 0. F., TU18 EVENING,
7 o'clock. Member of tbe order lu govt standing
re invited tolattend. By order of the N. O.
Cunouo Church Morning service! Mmi, at 10
clovk. Evening service: Vespers and Benediction, at
Vi o'clock. Sunday School at 2 o'clock, p. in.
Wasco Lodge, No. 15, A. F. dr A. III.
Holds Ita stated Communication on the First and Third
Monday! of each month, at their hall. In Dalle City.
Brethren In good standing are InTlted to attond.
DiTu li. rope, eecy. ny onier oi tue w. m.
Columbia Lodge, No. 5, I. O. O.
Meets every Friday evening at T o'clock, lu Qatea
Hall, corner of Second and Court Street. Brothers In
good standing ar invited to attend. By order. N. U.
DENTAL NOTICE. :Belng about to makes
professional tour to the town and aettlomenta up the
Columbia, I respectfully call the attention of those of my
patrons who are In uoed of Dental Operations of any char
acter, to the fact, so that they m-iy have an opportunity
to avail themselves of my eervices before my departure,
if so desired. I will leave about the 20th of March, and
return to this place to renume my practice, nbout the
18th of June. ff27tf) J. W. OUKLKY.
A Few Packazos Choice, la quantities to suit, at
e'rtlf BALDWIN UllOS.
REMOVING MY RESIDENCE TO CLATSOP, MR.
H. J. WALDKON will act aa my Agent, and is au
thorlied to receive all moneys due me.
20dlin A. II. STEELE, M D.
I fill sell at public auction on
SATURDAY, APRIL 2StU, 1866,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
770 lbs. OF TOBACCO.
Sold bv order of Cant. J. Ollllss, A. Q. M.. U. 8. A.
Tills sale will be without reserve and In lots to suit pur
chasers. Terms-Cash In Government Fnnds.
np'2tl8. JOHN WILLIAMS, Anct,
Circuit Court. The Circuit Court closed
its session at noon yesterday, tbe 24th. Tbe
business transacted was not so great in
amount or in value as at forcer terms.
Two persons were sentenced to impiison
ment in County Jail for one month each, and
two persons sentenced to tbe penitentiary-
James Buchanan, for larceny, for .one yoar,
and James Tbompson, for attempt to com
mit rape for one year. Several criminal
causes were continued. '
During the last four days judgments have
been rendered on trials and defaults, as fol
lows ' Palmer vs Mofiit, judgment for plain
tiffs for $2,077 60 ; Miller vs Il.ike, judg
ment for $570- 75 ; Sail vs Neyce, judgment
for $985 82 ; Williams vs Ward, judgment
for $100 ; Torrence vs Stump, judgment for
$523 r Henley v Briziutine, judgment for
$912 80 : Bauor & Co. vs Robbing A Co
judgment for $475 41 ; Teal vs Blakeny &
Gates, judgment for $279 ; Teal vs Blakeny
& Buchanan, judgment for $ibb 75 ; Tomp
kins vs Silver ft Cbaby, judgment for $12
Several canses continued.
The amount of judgments rendered during
the term was $12,672.
Partition was allowed in tbe case of tbe
Mo divorces granted. .
Owyhhb vs. Columbia Eiveb.
This case has been on trial and a vor
diet found for the plaintiff. Tho ar
rival at Owyhee ot bolb mufe trains
and wagons, from California, freighted
decides tho question without any more
palaver. Mam World. .
It is very strange if loaded wagon
and male trains- can arrive at Owyhee
lrom California, why ,the Avalanche
man aoes not snip dim puper ttnu otuer
nrintintr material by that route. (Jan
the World explain ?
When a missionary collector dis
turbed Horace Greeley at bia writing,
the great journalist said tCBtrly, that
not bait as many people went to be
as vagal w, . ;, '
MICTION AND COMMISSION
H O TJ S 33 !
No. 100 MAW STREET, DALLES.
MT1IIB UNDEIfSIGED THANKFUL FOR PAS
JL Favors, respectfully Informs the citizen of tbe
Dalles, und tbe public generally, tliat Le coutinues to
sell at . vi
OR PRIVATE BALE, , , ';
Giocerleg, ,.. :
Mules. , .
' . Furniture,
Stocks, &c. &c.
REGULAR BALE BAYS, ; :.
Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Cash Advances made on Consignments,
And PROMPT RETURN mi.de of sales.
Out-door and Special Sales attended to In any part ol
JOHN WILLIAMS, Auctioneer.
J. J U K EE,
Main Street. Dalles,
WHOUSAU 4MB UTAH. MAUI M
CIGARS. TOBACCO, SNUFF,
ALWAYS IV STOR1 Till BUT BRANDS OF
tears, Tobacco, Matches, &c.
PLATING CARDS. '
COMBS and BRU8HE8, o' alt kind,
PERFUMERY, ot every description,
TOYS, DOLLS, etc
- PISH HOOKS and FISHING TACKLE,
' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
FANCY GOODS. c.
Also Powder.Shot, Load, Powder Flask, Baskets, and
manyotbsr articles too numerous to mention.
49T Interior dealers supplied with Cigar, Tobaeco. etc.
at less than Portland price, with freight added, oc-8
Ordinance No. 38.
An Ordinance directing the City Recorder to make an
AMesHntent or all the taxable property wiiuin tns
corporate limits of Dalles City, Oregon, ai d make re
turns ol tun same.
The Penult af Pallet Cilv do ordain at follow!: ,
Siotioh 1. That the Hecorder of said City be ordered
to niHke an assessment of all taxable property within
the cltv limits for tbe current year, and make returns
of tbe same to the Common Council, at tlietr second re
gular meeting in Msy. 1861), ueiug the 18th proximo.
raised April Zlat, loot).
G. D. OILMAN, Mayor.
H. Catlxt, Recorder.
April 24th, 1866: 2516t.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
J. GOETZ & CO,
STONE BUILDINO, WASHINGTON BTREKT, DALLES,
Offer their well-selected stuck of . ,
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
. ... .' . nirKtf
LL PERSONS INDEBTED to the nmlorslgncd are
ratnoctfiillv reanested to come antsettle their ac
counts within THIRTY DAYS, and save Costs. .
aKjuim a. l. ubuuti a w.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN, that tbe co-purtner-ahlo
heretofore existing between X. M. KVANS
and A. W. DAVIS, In the Livery Stable busluei-, has
been dissolved: that A. w. Davis Is Indebted to the co
partnership; and that a bill In equity has been Sled for
the settlement of the eo partnership account. All per
sons are notified that A. W. Davis ha no power to dis
rose of the pioperty, nor contract dobta-on the credit
of the firm. fJU. EVANS.
Dalles, April 20, 1868. aSidlm
EUROPEAN, EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA
NEWSPAPERS a MAGAZINES)
Received Regularly every steamer, by
s. j. Mccormick,
lOiSITront Street Portland
Papers and Magazines packed and
Ifopwnrded by mail or Express
TO AHTT PART OF THE MINES
In Oregon, 'Washington, Idaho or Montana.
Subscriptions Received fcr any
NEWSPAPEB 0B MAGAZINE PIBLISUED
New Books, Music, &o., by every Steamer,
WORTH OF -
-B O O K S ,
" AND J' , ,; :
' FANCY GOODS,
CHEAP ITOll CASH,
; aWdlwJw.:-' .
GATES & ciiAiirsr
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
STONE BUILDING, WASHINGTON STREET,
DALLES, OEEGON. !
. Importers and Jobbers of ,
' PATENT MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS- k FANCY GOODS, ; v ' ; ;
SODA, CORKS ACIDS,
. PURE WINES LIQUORS, , .
PAINTS, GLASS A BRUSHES.
Accurately compconded. ,
A foil and aomplote assortment of all articles In thm
Photographle Line, at a SMALL ADVANCE ON SAN
WMercbautl will please cat our nrlces bof.i mW.
Ing below. ... -
U. L.CUAPin, JUSTIN GATES.
Dalles. . Sacramento, Cnl.
FOR SALE AT
WILL SELLA! PUBLIO AUCTION AT 11 O'clock
In tbe forenoon, on.
Saturday, April SStb, 1S66,
That Desirable Cottage Residence, the property of Capt.
Fred Wilson, situated on Eeeoud streot, near Union ocl
cupled by Mr. J. Crosseu. The house is In splendid or
der, contnlus three large rooms; water un the premises :
anu w Burruunuuu ujr n now, uvm, mm BUUHtautlal feni'e.
Terms liberal, which will be Blade known ou applica
tion to the undersigned.
ap21td JOHN WILLIMS, Auctioneer,
sale oi' Government Stores.
w A. C. S., 1
' Fobi Dalles. Omoon,.
' . Jpril-i
Will he sold at Public Auction, at Dalles Cltv hv ii-
John Williams, Auctioneer, omSaturday, the 2th day of
April, 1866, . - - : '.
110 Pound of Tobacco,
Mors or Less. ' ' .
Terms Cash, lu Guv ernment Funds.
Capt. A..Q. M, U. S. A, A. C.' 8:
. 7 , . ' ' ;: AND . ; , : ,. ..."
BILLIARD ROOM, ;
JOHN RINDLAUB, Proprietor.
WAgEINOTON ST, next dor t FKENCU ft vULMAS